Vloggercon 2006 will be held June 10 & 11 at the Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market Street, San Francisco CA 94114.VLOGGERCON 2006 is the intersection between media-makers and technology. A space for dialog and interaction. Of creation and collaboration. A media village born on the internet, and making camp for one weekend in San Francisco.
30 MB 6 min. Britney from Modern Feminist/Holla Back NYC/Shooting Full ForceZulma from elnorteproductions.com, Ted from tagami.com. 9th episode of Vloggercon 2006 interviews. Questions written by Nathan Miller.
Jan and I had the pleasure of spending a late evening with the self-proclaimed mothervloggers at the road node house during vloggercon. We got to watch as they went through the freevlog.org videoblogging tutorial. it was great getting to know them. They were an extremely enthusiastic and funny crew. they also had these really great waffle cookies that they left with me (all gone now). Here's a video from that evening as they create two vlogs. I asked them about freevlog, blip.tv, yiddish vs....
For inexplicable reasons, created a buttload of these 'medals' for Vloggercon & gave 'em away. Only this one media medal - from Andreas Haugstrup - has returned home in some kind of digital derivative work. Calling all media medals! Yo!
I am going to be on the Community Media panel at VloggerCon. In addition to what I say here, you will get some good take-away information on how to set up your own community-based vlog, both from a technical and person-oriented viewpoint.Come on out and join the fun!
VloggerCon 05 Sessions: Sustainability-Discussion Leaders: Andrew Baron, Josh Kinberg How will people make money from videoblogging? Why is this important? Is it possible? Should it be possible? How will people videoblog through their lifetime with bandwidth/storage limitations? This is a HOT topic amongst vloggers and we want to take the time to speak in a calm, friendly and concise manner, face to face, with the gloves off. Topics: vloggercon, videoblog, vlog, josh kinberg, andrew baron Source: vloggercon.blogspot.com
VloggerCon 05 Sessions: TOOLS-Discussion leaders: Kenyatta Cheese, Peter Van Dijk, Josh Kinberg, Jakob Lodwick, Gary Lerhaupt, Sean Gilligan, Daniell Krawczyk The VogBrowser, me-tv, ANT, Vimeo, Prodigem, Vblog Central, Digital Bicycle. These guys are creating some powerful applications/tools that we can use to watch and distribute our video. Hear what they're doing, tell them what you want, talk, push, discuss. Get excited about sharing your videos with the world, as you have already... Topics: vloggercon, videoblog, blog, video Source: vloggercon.blogspot.com
11 MB 2 min. I would like to thank the following people Josh Wolf, Alex Menendez, Monkeybrains.net girl, Mario Librandi, Andrew Congdon, Lukas Blakk, Juan Antonio & Cristina Cordova, Michael Schaap,Nadav Raymond ,Galacticast, Vlogmap/Leanback Vids, Lisa Rein, Tim Street, Anne Walk, Amanda Congdon, Zadi Diaz, Vu Bui, Lan Bui, Share Ross, Eric Rice, Zenophon Abraham, Laura Moncur, Gabe McIntyre, Mary Beth, Erin Nealy, Eddie Codell, Brittany, Zulma, Ted Tagami, Bev Sykes, Paul Knight, Smithie...
9 MB 1 min 45 Installment at Vloggercon 2006. Vlogging is one way of getting your message across. To paraphrase Jay Dedman- you don't need to own a television station anymore to reach an audience. I believe vlogging is creative in nature. As a painter, I think there's potential to help others much like Picasso's Guernica painting or Diego Rivera's socialist paintings. I believe somehow when you create social equilibrium, less people will commit crimes. That's what I want my vlogging to be but...
This is the first of many posts to come on my Vloggercon '06 trip. I had an incredible time - and as soon as the Pride Week crunch is over, I hope to have more time to start working on all my new vlog ideas. Thanks to all the folks who helped me get to SF for the conference!